Date of this Version

2011

Keywords

Spanish sound design; Spanish Cinema; Technology and Spanish Fascism; Film under Franco, Spanish Sound Design

Abstract

Ésta una entrevista de 2011 con el renombrado pionero en las mezclas de sonido del cine español, Alfonso Pino (nominado 13 veces al Premio Goya, y ganador de 7). Describe su formación profesional y su larga carrera en Estudios EXA durante la dictadura franquista, la Transición y la democracia. Incluye muchas anécdotas sobre sus influencias y sus compañeros, además de historias sobre su trabajo con directores de la talla de Alejandro Amenábar, Aranda, Isabel Coixet, Emilio Martínez-­‐Lázaro, Fernando Trueba e Imanol Uribe. Le entrevista Patricia Hart. Este proyecto fue subvencionado por Purdue University, y está dedicado a Antonio Illán y Leopoldo “Polo” Aledo.

English Translation:

This is an interview conducted in 2011 with renowned pioneer in sound mixing in Spanish cinema, Alfonso Pino (nominated 13 times for Goya prizes, and winner of 7). He describes his professional development and his long career at EXA studios during the Fancoist dictatorship, the Transition, and the democracy. It includes many anecdotes about his influences and his companions, as well as stories of his work with directors like Alejandro Amenábar, Vicente Aranta, Isabel Coixet, Emilio Martínez Lázaro, Fernando Trueba, and Imanol Uribe. This project was supported by a sabbatical from Purdue University, and is dedicated to Antonio Illán and Leopoldo “Polo” Aledo.